08.20.12

Women Business Leaders Named to 2012-2013 WIPP Education Foundation Board of Directors

WASHINGTON, D.C. (AUGUST, 2012) - Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP), the nation's largest nonpartisan women's business group, announces the Board of Directors for the WIPP Education Foundation. Those chosen to serve are prominent women business leaders from across the country with strong track records of success both in business as well as in advocacy.

Seated on the WIPP Foundation Board of Directors are:

  • Jennifer Bisceglie, Interos Solutions, McClean, VA
  • Cary Broussard, Broussard Marketing Communications, Jersey City, NJ
  • Angela Dingle, Ex Nililo Management, Washington, DC
  • Forough Ghahramani, Life Sciences Computing, Princeton, NJ
  • Nancy Goshow, Goshow Architects, New York, NY
  • Barbara Kasoff, Women Impacting Public Policy, San Francisco, CA
  • Gloria Larkin, TargetGov, Columbia, MD
  • Sylvia Medina, North Wind Group, Idaho Falls, ID
  • Nicolina Stewart, Capital Management Advisors, Sarasota, FL
"These women are leaders who understand and exemplify the importance of engaging women business owners in the political and public policy process. Each of these women understands how legislation can impact a company's bottom line and ability to grow. They are leaders both locally and nationally," said WIPP President, Barbara Kasoff. As board members, they will provide strategic counsel on strengthening the relationship between advocacy and education, and the impact of women-owned businesses at federal legislative and executive levels. They will bring their unique perspective to develop tools and resources to increase job creation, establish public/ private partnerships and boost economic growth. The board members clearly define the relationship between the priority issues facing women-owned businesses, and the education, resources and tools required to successfully grow their businesses.

About WIPP:

WIPP is a national nonpartisan public policy organization, advocating on behalf of nearly 1 million women- owned businesses representing 64 business organizations. WIPP provides timely economic policy information, identifies important trends and opportunities to its membership, and provides a collaborative model for the public and private sectors to increase the economic power of women-owned businesses.

Visit WIPP and its award winning education programs: Give Me 5%, Women and Technology Today, Women Accessing Capital and Entrepreneurs, Energy, and Environment

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